India Moves to Second Position in WTC Points Table after Winning Visakhapatnam Test against England

Here is the updated ICC World Test Championship Points Table after India vs England 2nd Test.

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The IND vs ENG 2nd Test in Visakhapatnam witnessed a thrilling battle between bat and ball, resulting in India securing a resounding 106-run victory over England. The outcome of the match significantly impacted the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25 points table, leading to a reshuffle in team rankings.

India Moves to Second Position in WTC Points Table after Winning Visakhapatnam Test against England

India’s Resurgence in the ICC WTC 2023-25:

After a compelling win against England, Team India has seen an improvement in their win percentage in the ICC World Test Championship 2023-25. With a win percentage of 52.78, India has ascended to the 2nd spot in the WTC table. The team has played a total of 6 Tests, securing victory in 3, suffering 2 defeats, and managing a draw in one encounter. Despite the setback in the previous Test against England and a loss to South Africa in the previous series, India showcased resilience and determination in the recent encounter.

England’s Setback in WTC Rankings:

On the other hand, England faced a decline in their win percentage after losing the 2nd Test against India. With 3 wins, 3 defeats, and 1 draw in 7 games, England now holds a win percentage of 25.0, down from their earlier figure of 29.16.

Australia’s Dominance Continues:

Despite the shifts in rankings, Australia maintains its stronghold at the top of the ICC World Test Championship 2023-25 points table. With a win percentage of 55.0, Australia has played 10 games across three series, securing victories in 6 matches, enduring 3 losses, and concluding one game in a draw. The defending champions remain a formidable force in the championship.

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India vs England 2nd Test Recap:

Meanwhile, India crushed England by 106 runs. India set up a target of 399 for visitors in the 2nd innings. However, the Ben Stokes and Co. were bowled out for 292. Earlier, India batted first in the match and mustered 396-10 in 1st innings.

Yashasvi Jaiswal shattered a double hundred to register his second Test century. Later, England were bowled out for 253, gifting a 225-run lead to India. On the cusp of a huge lead, Indian batters capitalized on their good batting show in the 2nd innings.

Shubman Gill scored a century to help India form a gigantic 399-run target for the visitors. With Ravichandran Ashwin’s 3 wickets, India bowled out England for 292 in 2nd innings to clinch a big victory.

Checkout the Updated World Test Championship Points Table Here:

PositionTeamMatchesWonLostDrawPointsPCTSeriesNo Result
3South Africa21101250.02*0
4New Zealand21101250.02*0
7West Indies41211633.3320
9Sri Lanka202000.010

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